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season after a player utah jazz test positive for covid-19. >> putting a moratorium on large scale events of a thousand or more people. >> and san francisco's mayor joins the movement to ban large gatherings but is a thousand too many or should the number be lower. good evening everyone. i am alex savage. >> president trump is cutting off travel from europe to the u.s. jana katsuyama has more. >> reporter: europe has seen an increase in coronavirus cases. the world health organization says it is now a pandemic and president trump spoke laying out his plans to work with congress. >> each of us has a role to play. >> reporter: president trump announced sweeping actions to
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try and limit the spread of the new covid-19, coronavirus. >> we will be suspending all travel from eupto the united states. >> reporter: president trump said the ban will take effect at midnight friday. exceptions will be allowed for u.s. citizens who undergo screening. during his speech, he said it would apply to trade and cargo. a mistake he quickly corrected in a tweet saying trade will in no way be affected. the restrictions stops people, not goods. earlier tuesday, a warning from the world health organization. >> we have rung the alarm bell loud and clear. >> the w.h.o. declared the coronavirus a pandemic as the number of cases shot above 1,019 cases worldwide. >> considering the spread and
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the number of cases that increased in the past two weeks, we should be more aggressive. >> reporter: u.s. health officials sounded alarms with more than 1200 coronavirus cases and 38 deaths. >> it is ten times more lethal than the seasonal flu. i think that is something that people can get their arms around and understand. >> reporter: the trump administration criticized for not having enough teases, assured the public supplies are sufficient. >> by this weekend, 2 million in shipment or waiting for orders. >> reporter: many communities wheres the virus spread are shutting down schools, large events and facing economic concerns. president trump announced steps to provide financial relief. >> this will be targeted for workers who are ill, quarantined or caring to others due coronavirus. >> reporter: he asked congress to fund $50 billion for the small business administration
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to issue low interest loans to affected businesses and tax payments could be extended without penalties along with a payroll tax cut. >> immediate payroll tax relief. >> reporter: house speaker nancy pelosi and senate minority leader chuck schumer said democrats already have a bill that includes free testing, paid emergency leave and unemployment insurance for people affected by coronavirus. the bill will pass the house tomorrow. reporting live, jana katsuyama, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you. the declaration of a global pandemic helped to drive a steep sell off on wall street today. stocks plunged over fearsf the economic impact of the coronavirus and whether governments are doing enough to stop the damage. the dow fell 1,464 points. closing in a 20% drop below the
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most recent high. the nasdaq lost 392 points today and the s&p 500 well 140 points. the nba decided to suspend its season. they are considering playing without fans when road utah jazz all-star rudy gobert had tested positive for covid-19. mark ibanez joining us now. lot of people heard this news earlier tonight and they were stunned. >> there was a 45-minute period, things were happening so fast your head was spinning. it was reported officially that utah jazz all-star rudy gobert had tested positive. i want you to see what i think is stung of rudy gobert in utah on monday. he met with the press and give him the benefit of the doubt, joking around, watch him. he reaches over, touches all the microphones, making light
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of the coronavirus and then a couple days later his team, the utah jazz, they are down in oklahoma city playing a against and you know what happened after that. here, this is mark cuban, the owner of the dallas mavericks looking at his phone and realizing the nba decided to suspend all activity from tonight on. stunning news. here is mark cuban of the mavericks immediately after. >> this is a pandemic of global pandemic where people's lives are at stake. you know, i am more worried about my kids and my mom who is 82-years-old and telling her to stay in the house than i am about when we play our next game. >> all right. between when games are resumed and now the nba will get together and decide next steps, but this thing really escalated prior to the announcement of
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rudy gobert. before tip-off the jazz and the thunder made a stunning announcement to the crowd. >> the game tonight has been postponed. you're all safe. and take your time in leaving the arena tonight. thank you for coming out tonight. >> you can hear the reaction of the crowd when that announcement was made. the players cleared the floor along with the officials and the fans. keep in mind, that was prior to the official diagnosis of rudy gobert. they were taken to a medical center to be tested for the coronavirus. we don't know about the other player but the two teams were quarantined for some time. the oklahoma city thunder were
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allowed to leave and at last report, the utah jazz were still being tested with regard to that and later tonight another nba game, the final one between new orleans and the kings was also postponed. the warriors were scheduled to play tomorrow at chase center in san francisco with no fans but that won't transpire so there is a lot of thing that have to happen here. it is a fluid situation and as i say, we are in unchartered water. >> unprecedented. >> we will give you an update with the ncaa and march madness and also how this may impact the bay bridge series and opening day with the a's and giants in oakland as well later in sports. >> you have to wonder who is next. thank you. the ncaa announced its march madness basketball tournament will be played but
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without fans in attendance due coronavirus concerns. the restriction will apply to men's and women's basketball and other championships. only essential staff and limited family will be allowed to attend game. the ncaa says the decision is in the best interest of public health. san francisco today became the latest city to make the decision to ban large gatherings of more than 1,000 people. ktvu's christien kafton reports. >> reporter: san francisco mayor signed an order barring groups of more than 1,000 to gather at a time. >> every opportunity we have to make changes that are going to protect public health, including this moratorium, we will do exactly that and the recommendation is that we do that at this time. >> the order runs through march 25 and can be extended if deemed necessary. the director of public health saying the move is aimed at
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protecting those in the city and aimed to slow the spread of covid-19. >> banning large events, sporting events, concerts and other nonessential events has a public health impact in terms of -- of -- of these diseases. >> reporter: the order has been signed bullet hasn't been delivered to the 80 venues that can host a crowd of a thousand or more. they canceled hamilton after wednesday's matinee and fans say they were happy they made it just in time. >> i would have been so sad. i feel like if you are so scared to be sick, don't go. >> reporter: fans of "harry potter" thacked the theater. they plan on limiting seating to 1,000 for the duration of the order. >> we have been waiting to see this for three months. yeah. so we didn't know about the ordinance so we are very excited here. >> reporter: san francisco school leaders also announced
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the city's public schools will remain open for now. the city says they serve a critical function and after consultation with experts, the schools will remain open. >> the board of education anonymous education agree of keeping the schools open. >> the school district says this is a fluid situation and it will consider closing schools on a individual basis if needed and parents who want to keep their kids home can do so. the school district saying it will make sure it is protecting anybody associated with schools who are in a vulnerable population we have been hearing about. in san francisco, christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. today was day one of santa clara's order prohibiting events with more than a thousand people but does that go far enough? the white house singled out the
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south bay saying gatherings should be limited to 250 people. ktvu's azenith smith is live from san jose with reaction from officials. >> reporter: officials tell us 12 members of the cdc are with them at the county's emergency operations center and have been with them for the past two weeks so they are following their guidance and direction. we found one church that is trying to get ahead of the county's mandates so service sunday will not be open to the public. it will be live streamed. >> the pastor plans to deliver his message on sunday but for the first time in the church's 72 year history, it will be to an empty auditorium in front of a camera. >> this is a way for people to enjoy the service, the whole thing and be a place of containment as well. >> reporter: until april 1
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church grounds are closed. at a time when the church is in the lent season preparing for easter. >> it is an unprecedented step. they don't teach this. >> reporter: on wednesday the white house's coronavirus task force advising santa clara county limiting even more to 250 people for 30 days. >> i don't think anybody knows what the right number is. and so because of that if you are at high risk, do not attend public events. >> reporter: santa clara county supervise says health officials are reassessing the number and have yet to assess the federal government's reasoning. >> we really are doing our best to let science guide our decisions at a local level. >> reporter: to date 48 cases of coronavirus in santa clara county. many community transmitted. a ban of 250 people put in
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place wednesday in three counties in washington. in contra costa county, a recommendation of 50 people. nonprofit business organizations support a lower number. >> this is a moving target. we are still learning about covid-19 and how it is transmitted. so i think getting more aggressive is the best way to protect the public health. >> reporter: they have given us numbers on the financial impact covid-19 has had in san jose. 13 conferences have been canceled at the san jose convention center. and that has resulted in a loss of $14 million. live in san jose, azenith smith, ktvu fox 2 news. coming up, the coronavirus touches hollywood. the instagram post from tom
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tanks and his wife rita wilson, testing positive. >> 800 passengers are now off the grand princess cruise ship. we are live at the probation officer oak window with what port of oakland with more. >> rain back in the forecast just in time for the weekend. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ blow a kiss into the sun ♪ we need someone to lean on the new xc90 available with six seats. xc90. recharged. lease the volvo xc90 for $499 per month. at your local volvo retailer.
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. tom tanks and his wife rita wilson have tested positive for the coronavirus. he posted on instagram that he and rita wilson are in australia. they felt tire and they had body aches. to be safe they were tested for covid-19 and the results came back positive. they will be observed and isolated as long as public health and safety requires. he is in australia to film a movie. the grand princess cruise ship remains docked at the port of oakland. it has been a slow process over the past three days to empty the cruise ship and screen each person for the virus. ktvu's debora villalon is live with what is next and how it is tough to find places for everyone to go. >> reporter: cdc spokesperson said they are down to the final 300 passengers. that sounds like a lot of
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people but not on a ship this big. 2200 have been taken off since the operation began monday. >> we are in oakland california and this cruise liner with coronavirus. >> we live in strange times. >> reporter: he has twice made his way over to the water front to capture the grand princess cruise ship before it is gone. looking more like a ghost ship after a purge of passengers. >> you see movement down there butt at the same time it is pretty empty. i hope there are not too many people on there. >> reporter: hundreds settling in for a quarantine at travis air force base. newly arrivingic evacuees are held elsewhere on the base.
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>> today we have 177 cases confirmed of covid-19 in the state of california. >> reporter: as health officials track the numbers, they are place some people into hotels on the peninsula and in monterey county. lodging used solely to quarantine. >> lean forward, be prepared to meet this moment, to support our federal partners in this operation and take care of each other. >> reporter: at least this operation, the ship evacuation is winding down. at oakland international airport, passengers boarded jets for the next stage of their ordeal. quarantine at other military settings. drivers have been watching it outside their hub all week. >> it is crazy. crazy for us to open up the back of the doors and to see
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the planes and everything. they look like they are tired and ready to go home. they look like they are fed up and they want it to be over. >> reporter: employees nervous about being so close have been given the opportunity to go home. >> passing out masks, gloves. i went in this morning and seen lysol. >> reporter: passengers are taken to parts of the country where they can go into quarantine closer to home. special circumstances or out of the way destinations so the charter arrangements are trickier but cdc says tomorrow they will be releasing this ship and they can decide when they want to push off and quarantine the 1100 member crew at sea. reporting live, debora villalon, ktvu fox 2 news. oakland declared a local emergency today and canceled large public events at city
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owned facilities. this order runs until the end of march. the foxofficials say there are no confirmed cases of covid-19 in the city, and oakland public schools will remain open. coming up tonight at 11:00 p.m. we will go live to downtown oakland where people showed up at the paramount tonight to learn the concert was postponed. china is reporting 15 new cases of the coronavirus today. china's health commission says the 15 is down from 24 cases yesterday. more than 80,000 people in china have tested positive for the virus with more than 3,000 deaths. some new cases slowed there or the cases slowed there, the number of cases is increasing in many country.
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we are looking at rain back in our forecast. a dry february and now march we had a little bit of rain but not much. this weekend, rain back in the forecast. cooler out there as well. snow levels drop. a couple feet of snow. you see satellite and radar. fog at the coast. that is back. a few showers offshore like last night. you see the fog back at the coast. at the great highway, along the beach. that is where it will hang out again tomorrow. so coastal fog, that cools the beaches. cools the bay too. forget the 70s and 60s coast side. west of 19 you will be in the low 60s and upper 50s. and then east of 19 in san francisco you warm up back into the mid-60. maybe upper 60. a nice day tomorrow but not as warm as today. current temperatures, there they are, that is san jose. no fog there. but a beautiful night with rain
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coming our way in time for the weekend. coming up, the race for president, how bernie sanders is taking aim at former vice president joe biden after his big wins last night. >> three tsa screeners in the south bay test positive for the coronavirus. what that means for others including dozen of co-workers.
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coronavirus exposure at the san jose airport. three tsa workers there tested positive. ktvu's jessie gary reports, another 40 tsa workers are now in quarantine. >> reporter: tsa union representative says they worked the evening shift in terminal b at mineta san jose international airport. it is believed one caught the coronavirus february 26 and then infected the other two. >> anxiety. especially for the younger ones. we still have employees that are worried. >> reporter: officials say the trio came in contact with other tsa workers and now 42 workers are quarantined. >> we knew this was a pandemic before it was declared a pandemic. >> reporter: san jose mayor addressing the coronavirus crisis outside city hall. >> we have been upgrading our
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response to coronavirus in the airport constantly throughout the last two weeks. doing all we can to clean surfaces, clean bathrooms throughout the day, many times a shift. >> reporter: officials sent a statement wednesday saying the risk of transmission is extremely low for individuals who aren't in close proximity for an extended period of time. risks would be higher in close proximity to a person for hours. some travelers at mineta san jose international airport say they were already concerned about covid-19 and news of tsa infections isn't coming their fear. >> i am nervous. i try not to use the bathroom. i try not to use the bathroom on the airplane and touch magazines and sanitize a lot. >> reporter: the lack of passengers. a friend sent this picture of a
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flight from san joses to newark in new jersey, barely any people on it at all. on wednesday, leadership in washington, the president of the board of supervisors as well as the mayor all urge the tsa to do more, and provide more information about the three infected tsa workers here so the passengers can better know the risks. outside mineta san jose international airport, jessie gary, ktvu fox 2 news. b.a.r.t. says its ridership was down 30% yesterday compared to an average day. starting tonight it will be putting hand sanitizers in each station. and they are advising passengers to maintain an arm's length distance. b.a.r.t. says it will pursue emergency aid from local, state and federal sources. still to come, a verdict against b.a.r.t.
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the jury award in a shooting involving a b.a.r.t. police officer. >> and a mountain lion attack in colorado. what we know about the two people who were injured. >> the cal and stanford men's basketball team face-off in the pac 12 tournament in las vegas. the game ended in an upset. mark has the highlights in sports. >> following breaking news from the central valley. gunfire broke out in the food court of a shopping mall.
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police are on the scene of a deadly shooting. officers found two teenagers had been shot. one was pronounced dead at the scene. the other was taken to the hospital. reporters on the scene say the shooting was in the food court. at this time police have no suspects or a motive. a jury returned a verdict against b.a.r.t. in the case of a man shot to death by a b.a.r.t. police officer. the 28-year-old was shot three times by an officer. in january of 2018. he had been fighting with another man across the street from the b.a.r.t. station. the family filed a lawsuit against b.a.r.t. saying he raised one of his hands and moved away from the other man when he was shot.
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a gun was recovered at the scene but it was not clear who it belonged to. back in court today after a jury found him guilty of murder for killing a teenager nia wilson on the platform of the b.a.r.t. station. ktvu's henry lee explains, the jury must now decide whether he was sane at the time of the attack. >> reporter: a jury began deliberating as to whether he was legally inshane he stabbed nia wilson to death. the defense attorney presented no new evidence. the judge barred her from calling a doctor to the stand. nia wilson's sister was also stabbed in the neck, says the jury doesn't need to hear from anymore doctors. >> if he could sit and be quiet in the courtroom for two days and not make any outbursts about aliens or grandmother or
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people trying to attack him, what is the doctor needed for? >> reporter: the judge through out his testimony because he refused to answer question. he said he was disconnected from reality. he didn't understand his actions. but the prosecutor disagreed saying he misdirected the police and changed his clothes after stabbing nia wilson and her sister. the prosecutor told the jury just because you are skits fennic doesn't mean you can't form intent. >> i hope they do the right thing and give us the justice we wimportant as yesterday. >> the jury went home for the day without determining whether he was sane at the time of the crimes. if they find him sane he will face life in prison without the possibility of patrol. henry lee, ktvu fox 2 news. the u.s. is allowing the
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trump administration's remain in mexico immigration policy to continue. the policy requires that asylum seekers wait in mexico while the u.s. considers their cases. today's ruling overturns an order that would have blocked the policy in california and arizona. the supreme court says the remain in mexico policy will continue for now while a lawsuit challenging it plays out in the courts. bernie sanders says he is staying in the democratic presidential race after six states held primaries on tuesday. bernie sanders' only victory came in north dakota. joe biden took four states with one too close to call. bernie sanders said democrats need to pay attention to the younger voters and he is look forward to the debate on sunday. bernie sanders says he told joe biden the points he plans to press him on. >> joe, what are you going to
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do for the 500,000 people who go bankrupt in our country because of medically related debt? >> something he did not address is whether he will into hold rallies with thousands of people. sunday's debate in arizona will be without an audience as party officials follow orders not to host large indoor gatherings because of the coronavirus. here is a look at the map from yesterday. joe biden picked up missouri, mississippi, michigan, and idaho. bernie sanders won north dakota, washington state too close to call. here is the vote count in washington. as you can see, it is very close. joe biden 16,000 vote lead with 77% of the ballots counted. four years ago bernie sanders won washington state. and a look at the delegate totals. joe biden 864.
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bernie sanders 710. elizabeth warren 70. and michael bloomberg had 61.1,191 delegates are needed to secure the nomination. former army intelligence analyst tried to take her own life in a virginia jail today. she is scheduled to appear at a hearing on friday. manning was arrested for refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating wikileaks. a judge was set to rule on friday. manning was found guilty of espionage and theft. former president obama commuted her sentence in 2017. coming up, a mountain lion attacks two people in colorado. one is a deputy who was attacked after responding to the original attack. >> we have back with rain back in your forecast. >> up next, harvey weinstein is sent back to a new york hospital just hours after being sentenced on rape charges. [sfx: doorbell]
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. authorities in colorado say mountain lion attacked two people today before it was killed. the attack happened 50 miles north of denver. the initial victim was taken to the hospital. a sheriff's deputy who responded to the call was also
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bit on the shoulder. both people are expected to be okay. that mountain lion was shot and killed. harvey weinstein was taken to a hospital tonight with chest pains. earlier today harvey weinstein was sentenced to 23 years and the judge ordered him to register as a sex a sex offender. one of the women who testified in the trial is now speaking out. she says the sentence sent a clear message that times have changed. >> we need to show self-love and empathy to overcome -- this is hopefully just the beginning and the conversation must continue. >> harvey weinstein's lawyer
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called the long sentence obscene. he also faces additional charges in los angeles. the school district reached a contract with its teachers. the teachers union says the contract calls for smaller class sizes and provides better support for students. the three-year deal lasts through 2022. both sides worked for many months on the contract. the union had threatened to go on strike if an agreement wasn't reached. shutting down most commerce in italy and bay area nonprofits, the hurdles they are facing. and chief meteorologist bill martin will have the complete bay area forecast coming up. get to the ross spring dress event, where the prices make all the dresses yeses. yeah! save 20 to 60 percent off department store prices on our best selection of spring dresses. the ross spring dress event, on now!
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. many stores in italy are closed as the coronavirus spreads. the government ordered all shops, restaurants and cafes to shut down there for two weeks. grocery stores and pharmacies can stay open. 200 people have died from the coronavirus in the past 24 hours. from tuesday to today there were 196 deaths bringing the total number in fatalities to 897. back here in the u.s., officials said today a new york woman attending a conference in
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las vegas tested positive for the virus. the woman hended the women of power summit and became sick last weekend. she among five people in the las vegas area to test positive for coronavirus. now hotels are closing buffets. mgm resorts will shut down buffets starting sunday. the fears surrounding the coronavirus are taking a toll on nonprofits with canceled fundraisers or volunteers who are no longer showing up to help out. ktvu's rob roth says some are beginning to worry how much longer they can hold on. >> reporter: not so long ago at the san francisco food bank dozens would be helping. wednesday just a handful showed up. >> the coronavirus fear is the
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calls of this. >> reporter: so far, 1500 volunteers, more than a third, canceled this month and many just don't show up. >> we can't do our work without volunteers. on a long-term basis we need the volunteers. >> reporter: they came to volunteer. >> i am young so i am not afraid. and i take the precautions. >> reporter: there are fewer people to sort produce by hand so the food bank buys more presorted products but those are more expensive. they are using emergency funding. while the coronavirus may be affecting the food bank, nonprofits are experiencing a different problem from the
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pandemic. fundraiser. they had to cancel its fundraiser next week. similar to this one. >> raise $250,000. >> reporter: because it would exceed more than 50 people. >> we had no options for postponing it at this point. coronavirus is moving so fast. >> reporter: and at youth services that provides hope and housing for homeless young people, friday's gala is now off, it would have raised about a million dollars. >> we will need to think about how we will provide those services. provide those services at the level that we are. >> reporter: they worry how long they can hold out financially. another way the coronavirus is dictating the course of events. in san francisco, rob roth,
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ktvu fox 2 news. all right. we are back into some rain. rain weather back. rainy weather back in the forecast. not tomorrow, not friday but saturday and sunday. especially sunday with snow back in the mountains. good news there. there is fog back at the coast. you can see it. can you see it? you can see it. don't worry about this. with that said, we will see showers back in the forecast and that is a good sign for the mountains where they could see a winter storm warning on sunday night which will lead to snow, which is great. temperatures, outside, san jose, pretty much clear right now. they had a few sprinkles in san jose this morning. light sprinkles last night, early this morning and then you have the forecast temperatures tomorrow that will be just like today. these are the current temperatures. temperatures tomorrow on the spot where they were today. 65 to 75. the coolest spots, the cooler
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air along the coast because of the fog. you get a sea breeze, knocking the temperatures down in san francisco, daly city, places like that. instead of 68 in san francisco downtown, you are at 65. cloud cover pretty much clear tomorrow. the low-pressure system brought southern california plenty of rain. not great for us. this high-pressure system is with us now. stays around for another 36 hours and then drupes to the south. the low comes in. winter returns. winter returns saturday afternoon into saturday evening into sunday. sunday is the westest day. a winter weather watch and a wint warning warning. low levels lower. 3,000 feet. low snow levels. 3500 feet. the forecast models show us rain showing up on saturday
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night, late into sunday in the bay area. the mountains see snow before that. temperature forecast for tomorrow, 73 brentwood. 76 in fairfield. 72 morgan hill. 73 livermore. the 5-day forecast, more nice weather. fog is back at the coast. feels more like spring and here comes our system with the wind shifts and the showers and the rain and the snow. good news there. that is the plan. we will be back here tomorrow and plan it out for you. coming up in sports, the cal and stanford men's basketball team met in the first round of the pac 12 tournament in las vegas. the game ended in an upset. mark has the highlights. >> coming up on the 11:00 p.m. the city implements a ban on large public events. what happened when a concert was canceled earlier tonight.
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. mark is here with sports. bring us up to date. >> it happened in a world wind. 6:00 p.m. tonight, things calmed down and everybody is trying to soak it in and figure out where we go from here and as you heard by
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now, the nba has suspended games indefinitely. they will figure out next steps. a lot of variables. a long time before the questions are answered. in the meantime you have to see this video. started when rudy gobert was diagnosed with coronavirus. this is video from monday after a press conference. he intentionally touches all the microphones in jest because he was not feeling ill. but he was diagnosed tonight in oklahoma city where his team, the utah jazz was scheduled to play a game that was postponed against oklahoma city thunder. the word leaked out he was diagnosed and then the owner of the mavericks, mark cuban heard about the news and reacted on his phone and had these things to say. >> this is a pandemic of global pandemic where people's lives are at stake.
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you know, i am more worried about my kids and my mom who is 82-years-old and talking to her and telling her to stay in the house than i am about when we play our next game. >> we support the league's decision. putting the players, the fans, the officials, the coaches, the staffs, best interest at heart. >> in the meantime, the ncaa, we have seen our last collegiate game tonight as the ncaa playoffs are in doubt. right now they are saying march madness will continue as scheduled next week, although fans will not be allowed. just officials and necessary personnel. now, the pac 12 tournament continued tonight in las vegas. cal against stanford. mark fox, his biggest win as coach of the cal bears in his first year. davis had a game.
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beautiful spin and finish. 16 points. but the bears were up 10 at halftime. matt bradley, the three. he had 18 to lead. and the left hand finish again from matt bradley. cal 63-31. 32% shooting for stanford tonight and as that pac 12 tournament continues, only friends and family and necessary tournament will be allowed in. as we close in on the baseball season, the a's and giants in arizona in the cactus league, but we always have the bay bridge series. that is now in peril. that was scheduled for march 23 and 24 in san francisco. that has already been canceled by the giants. that won't happen. it is in doubt for the exhibition game in oakland.
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a's and giants on the 23. opening day for the a's is march 26. that is also in doubt for the coliseum. very fluid situation. santa clara county, they were the leader in prohibiting gatherings over a thousand people. the sharks will play in an empty sap arena for now. the sharks are on the road and not having to deal with this. in chicago tonight. the usual crowd. first period. two man advantage if the sharks. 27 goals after his two goal performance that gave the sharks a 1-0 lead. 1-1 in the second.
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4 unanswered for chicago. four straight losses suddenly for the sharks. the she believes cub. team u.s.a. against japan. team u.s.a. upset because of equal pay differences and they feel they are wrongly not being paid equally. they wore their jerseys inside out. she shoots beautifully over a wall of defenders on that free kick for a 1-0 lead. and 26th minute, press, spins and fires over the goalie. beautiful goal. 2-0. team u.s.a. wins. the she believes cup for the third time. they are unbeaten in the last 31 outings. who can blame them for protesting the equal pay situation. so much talk and not enough
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action. that is the sporting life. it is 11:00 p.m. time for more news. >> thank you. next at 11:00 p.m. >> after consulting with our professionals, i have decided to take several strong but necessary actions to protect the health and well being of all americans. >> major developments tonight in the effort to slow the spread of covid-19. the president restricting international travel as the nba takes the step to suspend its season indefinitely. >> the 11:00 p.m. news on ktvu fox 2 starts now. >> the world health organization is classifying the coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic. hello. i am alex savage. >> and i am julie haener. the nba announced it is suspending its season. no more games will be played until further notice. utah jazz all-star rudy gobert


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